Nikon has announced the development of its highest-end mirrorless camera to date the first in line Z-mount products that the company describes as the flagship. Nikon reassures that the upcoming camera will provide “the best still and video performance in Nikon history,” confirmed in a press release on Tuesday.
It claims that the Z9 uses a newly built full-frame sensor and a new image-processing engine, along with the support for 8K video. Nikon ascertains that it will also provide other exceptional features, and states that “as well as various other video specifications that fulfill diverse needs and workflows.”
The camera will feature a newly-developed FX-format stacked CMOS sensor, a new processor, and support 8K video. Nikon claims that the new image processing engine would be able to capture photographs at The 8K resolution, as it describes the resilience of an unprecedented imaging exposure.
“The Z9 embodies ultimate usability as a tool,” Nikon writes. “Offering users an unprecedented imaging experience from capture to workflow exceeding that of previous digital-SLR and mirrorless cameras. Z9 will instill an integrated-grip body pattern for the professional photographs, they can continue exploring their shooting experience regardless of any orientation.
Nikon did not carve out any further updates on the release date or more new advancements, but the photographers could look forward to the release of the camera as it is going to be an extravagant one.